Stallion Description

Holsteiner • Brown • 2000 • 168 cm

Royal Solo xx Sadlers Well xx Northern Dancer xx
Fairy Bridge xx
Sharp Castan xx Sharpen Up xx
Sultry One xx
Itza xx Local Suitor xx Blushing Groom xx
Home Love xx
Idun xx Simply Great xx
Irisette xx


Ibisco was bred by Hof Iserneichen, the stud farm owned by the family of Professor Dr. Gerhard W. Sybrecht, who used to be one of Germany’s most successful event riders.

Ibisco was raced over five seasons. Out of 14 starts on the flat, he had 4 wins including the Oppenheim race, one of the major 2 – year old races held in Germany.  In 2005, Ibisco was only raced as a hurdler in France and was placed 4 times out of 5 starts.  His total earnings amount to 162,870 euros and he carried a maximum weight of 89 kg.

On the dam’s side, the dark bay combines the best Schlenderhan bloodlines.  His dam Itza by Local Suitor is a grand granddaughter of classic winner, Idrissa by Tamerlane, whose offspring also includes Marlon, a TB stallion much appreciated in Holstein.  Local suitor is already represented in the Holsteiner breeding programme through his TB son, Temper GL.

Numerous highly successful young Ibisco offspring are coming to the fore particularly in eventing.  Seven of them qualified for the National young even horse Championships in 2015.  Under Michael Jung, his son fischerIncantus succeeded in winning the coveted title of 2015 World 6- year -old Young Event Horse Champion at Le Lion d’Angers last season.  Another successful Ibisco offspring is Oldenburg branded Ignatz 22 out of a Calato-Camiros- Mutter who has first international results as a eventer under Marina Köhncke.

From Ibisco’s first crop, Ivento has been licensed for the Holseiner breeding programme and is now being produced for eventing by Kai Rüder.  Ikarus Son by Ibisco became first reserve champion of the Neumünster Holsteiner stallion licensing in 2014.

Following a two year exchange with TB stallion Fragonard from the Dillenburg state stud in Hesse, Ibisco is again available to the Holsteiner breeders in 2016.